The November Image of The Month (IotM) is now open for voting through Wednesday December 7. All MobiTog members are eligible to vote, so get to it!
I did not have a plan, but these are intriguing ideas, indeed! [emoji106] I was going to wing it, but perhaps I should be more creative.....Yay! Do you have a plan ? I have some ideas in case you need help <- - my selfless look.
This is my 'Number by Colour' category:
52 Blue Things
52 Pics of one Blue Thing
52 Blue Pics of one Thing
. . . You see how this category can play out? <- - my helpful look.
(I have more...) <- - my earnest unswerving reliable look.
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Until I have a better plan of attack for this 52 project, I'll start it off with the first photo I took in 2016...
19 stories above Manhattan, shot through a window using Hipstamatic John S lens + Uchitel 20 film, standard flash.
Maybe I'll do all 52 images in B&W? Or only use Hipsta?
Or only shoot from 19 stories above? <- helpful look
Or put 51 more ideas in a hat and draw one out at the beginning of each week.
Or make each week a different genre from the week before. (OK to do genres more than once as long as they're not consecutive. Or do I mean contiguous? Next to each other.)
<- me shamelessly copying zenjenny and happily thinking up things for other people to do
I like that, the feel of it, and the lines of the buildings so clean. If you cropped it into landscape format and gave it a linen texture, you'd have a super 1920s/30s postcard look, too.
Thanks! I thought it looked like an old postcard too....should have gone the extra step you mentioned above, so.......I like that, the feel of it, and the lines of the buildings so clean. If you cropped it into landscape format and gave it a linen texture, you'd have a super 1920s/30s postcard look, too.
It's really quite amazing how a modern scene can look like something from way back! A great view.
Wow, that is hectic!The view from my window this morning....
I forgot how to save the DSCO gifs to my iPhone, and you only get one chance, so I only have this link to my VSCO grid.